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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 December 1914

-~V> mmmm IB r /■ IMP > H iJBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning Of Each Week C. A SKAGG8, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under tHe Act oi March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of. foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with wtmmb. * r Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front "Lopals 5c per line. 50c. Hi fe->- What LIpseomb Needs to join A Lumber yard ■ ■ - A coal yard. A Furniture Store. A Hardware Stora. A Broom Factory. A Flour mill. Four more people the-band. Fifty more hustling to assist in promoting ing things. Best of climate. crops, best of water, stock and one of the most hospitable neighborhoods on map. families and do- best best W§m The world's record for corn- raising belongs to Walter L. Deenson, an Alabama boy, yet in his early teens. Last year this boy raised 232 bushels of corn on a si...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 December 1914

Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. lm - mm Wto W}-. Jess Bussard autoed to Glazier yesteidav, C. D. Hill was in from Fifth Creek this morning trading. r W.C.Clark, of Shadeland, was in town Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. 8. N. Weinett took Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs C. H. McKee. Alex Chapmau was in from his place west of town last Monday mingling in business circles, The country people are getting interested in the flour mill, so much talked of in Lipscomb, some have so far broke the new:- to the editor that they have wheat ready. Gee, but isn't it slow the way that mill turns. Tom Glasgow living up north on the Ullrich ranch north of town is having a phone put in this week. He says being with out a "hello" machine on the farm is just liks being away back <>u$ of civilization. Its pretty near right to.;,. Mr. and Mrs. M. L.^ Bobo visited last Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Claik of Shadeland, returning Sunday in the afte...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 December 1914

LBOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY When money talks we all lis- ten. 1914 was a punk year. Let's forget it. fNow, altogether! Let's make it a year of push! Good times are on the way— a d we are on the watch. Sheriff Hale autoed to Higgins last Sunday afternoon. T. J. Reasoner was in town Monday on business. F. L. Parks and R. J. Wilson were in from Cat Creek Tuesday. Just why do some men quail when they meet . their wives in public? We know, but we're too much of a diplomat to answer. W. J. Cessna was busy this week inserting a well on the Merydith property in South Lip- scomb. THie Christmas Ball given at the. I O. O. F. hall last Friday evening was a complete success from start to finish. Many were present from Glazier and other adjoining towns enjoyed themselves hugely until the sun of another day arrived. Order was maintained tbonghout and excellent music prevailed during the entire program with an ela- borate midnight supper being served at the homs of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cessna's. When a n...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 December 1914

SUPPLEMENT COMB LIME LIGHT Store Phone 74 Residence Phone 230 THURSDAY, DEO. 31, 1914 - T"~ 1 School Report. Report of^Prairie View School for third month ending Dec. 18th. fj / Number of girls enrolled 12, boys 22 Total 34 5 * Average d ailv attendance during month, girl? 10, boys 20. Total 30* Per cent of attandancp, girls 91 per cent, boys 93 per cent. Aver- age 9^ pei cent. Those perfect in attendance Yelma and Ruth Brown, Ben aud Charles Schofer. It would he a good idea for the parents to use the old saying. Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today. Dj not visit the school tomorrow visit it today.—John L Keffer, Teach- er. Don't forget several have took shares in the new mill proposi- lion and others are coming to the front. Nothing like it. Its a .good thing. Push it along. Wm: Notiee of Trustee's Sale of Real Estate. STATE OF TEXAS, i County of Lipscomb j WHERiSAS, by virtue of auth- ority vested in me as trustee,nam- ed and appointed in a certain deed of trust reco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 December 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

m 3 , A, fflnnl Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1915. VOL 3 WO. 8 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of LipscOmb and Lipscomb County For Mill at Lipscomb Every thing Beginning to Look Good on Mill Propo- sition....Rural Citizens Appreciate the bene- fit Derived From Located Here. Wm- Yet with all the quietness that prevails within the city limits and clear into the most secluded saberb there is an undercurrent busy at work, patiently but faith- fully clinging to the public spirit <>d idea of a flour mill for Lip- scomb. Veriiiy, and its doing gdod work, too. The good old -dea is soaking in—the fhought ■tyf driving sixteen miles lor flour, aborts and bran is beginning to look like tome ways to travel lor t hese commodities by some—then others surely believe a flour mill ts an all right thing for Lipscomb anyway while there are others in the rr.ral districts that feel the pressure so strong that they have so...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

Jr - f. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ha: ■ In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements ft will be necessary to send either clraft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. mm r What Lipscomb Needs A lumber yard. A coal yard. A furniture store. A hardware store. A broom factory. A flour mill. four more people in the Lipscomb Military Band. . Fifty more hustling heads of families to build homes and assist in promoting and doing things. 1 Town the County Seat, cen- trally located; best of climate, best of crops, purest of sheet water, finest of stock and hogs and inhabited by one of the Most hospitable people *!Pfl5e found any where. What a Dollar Will Do. This is the time of ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

35>;V~; « - - -v.'; SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1915 • - What A Year Will do. The year 1915 Mill do much for this community if we but, give it an opportunity. They tell us it is to be a year of plenty —and we trust, of peace. But to secure the best results for our own people it^is neceesary that we stand together—that we cooper- ate—that we labor one for the other, as well as for self. The prosperity is dependent largely upon the amount of money in circulation in the community. Money is a present day necessity, and without it no community can survive. It would seem, there- for, that about the best coursa we could pursue would be about as follows: 1. Produce as much as possi- ble—not only for Home consump- tion, but also for export. Buy from a distance only what is, actually necessary, and that cannot be had foim some dealer, 3. Push the businesS of every home enterprise to the limit, for every dollar that is brought into the community, and remains here makes the community as a w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

r § i PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my place Eight miles south- west of Lipscomb, on the head of East Sand Creek, on F riday, Jan. 15, *15 The Following Described Property, To-Wit: Eleven Head of Horses Two black mares, 6 and 8 years old, weight 2,700 pounds; one brown mare, 7 years old, weight 1200 pounds; one gray mare, 11 years old, weight 1100 pounds; all bred to W. P. Hill's horse. One gentle pony mare, 12 years old; one good saddle and cow horse, 10 years old; one bay horse, 6 years old, weight 1300 pounds; one good, gentle driving horse, weight 1000 pounds; one colt; one gray horse; one bay horse. FARM MACHINERY One McCormick mower and rake; one disc plow; one sod plow; one 14=inch walking plow; one 1-horse cultivator; one corn shell£r. Household b Kitchen Furniture One book case as good a* new; one dresser; one stand table; 1 wardrobe; 3 bedsteads, springs and mattresses; 3 rocking chairs; 6 dining-room chairs; 2 dioing-^oom tables; 1 safe; 1 kitchen cabinet; ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

H & . [ Sgtlsr' f- ri Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers.* / J. S. Bussard was in Glazier yesterday. W. H. Bates was in from south- west of town Monday. Tom Lemaster, left for Cherry Vale, Kan., yesterday. W. H. Spangle was in from east of town Tuesday. N. N. Fathers was in from the farm west of town Monday. There is nothing that beats do- ingjusta little better than you done before. / "Bob'1 McDonald came in from the ranch northwest of town yes- terday afternoon. Albert King was in from west of town Tuesday afternoon mixing ii)-business circles. Wyatt Hsgan, of Shattuck, passed by the office Tuesday on route for the Commercial dis- trict on Upper Broadway. Miss Rose Merydiih passed through town Monday on her way to Higgins where she had s.ime dental work done. James Cessna has been over from Gray several days this week v isiting with his parents Mr. and .♦Irs. Wm. J. Cessna of this place County Clerk P. O. Bjyd was in H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

r , ' ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY , V Wyt mkird Perce Hill was strolling the streets in town Tuesday. John Glisan was in from Sand Creek Monday trading. A north by nor'wester worked a bluff in on us Tuesday after- noon* Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neis, west of town, Sunday, Jan. 3, 1915- A boy. W. J. Cessna and son, James, autoed over to Shattuck Monday, returning Tuesday. P. R. Wheatly, of Fifth Creek, drove in from Glazier, Tuesday afternoon where he sold a load of fine young hogs. School started up Monday morning after a four weeks vaca- tion being.indulged in by both pupils and teachers. Henry Altmiller was in from Fifth Creek Monday mixing among the business people on Commercial avenue. Something wrong down in dear old Mex., for a certainty. Thay haven't trotted out a new presi- dent for over a week. Ttfmmy Lightwine took the "high line" for Geo. Craig's west of town where he will do a "turn" with a new house. Mrs. Henry Stephens arrived home Monday from a month's visit in Kansas and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

SUPPLEMENT UPSCp LIME LIGHT 't - • THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1915 SOLUTION OF COTTON PROBLEM, SAYS FARM- ER' UNION. Diversification Urged and Coer- cion Opposed. The marketing problem o^ the ■southern farmer is attracting uni- versal attention and the exigen- cies of the situation fully demon- strate the wisdom of the course pursued by the Farmers' Union in the campaign it has been car- rying on for the past ten years for a better marketing system. The best time to prepare for a fire is before it occurs, for while the conflagration is raging it is too late to prevent destruction and the best that can be done is to save the furniture. The southern farmer has just experienced a four hundred mil- lion dollar blaze in cotton values and the lurid flames as tney leap skyward have illuminated the horizon of two hemispheres and have assembled the largest body of property holders, spectators and sympathizers that ever wit- nessed a conflagration and while the crowd is standing around we want to addr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 January 1915

na PUBLIC I will sell at public auction, at my place, 6 miles northwest of Lipscomb, 3 miles south of Bradford's, 2 miles east of the McDonald Ranch, on r r' Wm-- Jan. 12 The Following Described Property, To-Wit: HORSES One mare, weight, 1150 pounds in foal by Jack; 1 bay mare, weight 1150 bred to Jack; 1 sorrel horse, weight 1050 pounds; 1 gray horse, weight 1150 pounds; 1 gray horse, aik all round horse; ! spring mule; 1 Shetland pony Ten Head of Hog's One Cow, weight 1100 and One Yearling Heifer sis?' FARM MACHINERY, ETC. One wagon; 1 hack; 1 lister; 1 sulky plow, 16-inch; 1 disk harrow; one 3-section harrow; JL corn binder; 1 cultivator; 1 broom corn rack; 1 hay rack; some lumber; 2 sets of harness; about 200 bushels of broom corn seed thrashed; some bundle feed. II |"\f| £ (\ One folding bed, good as new; 1 iron bed; 1 dresser, good as new; 11UU3C1IUIU VIUUU3 1 sewing machine, new; rocking and dining chairs; 1 stand; 1 mattress and some bedding; one incubator, 150 to 175 egg, O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

mm m • • K I wmmi \ HF ' i-M'v:' - HHfcr- Kfe. .;•. Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, J£N. 14, 1915. VOL 3 NO. 9 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County The Year 1915 May Create Greater Lipscomb Confidence Returning...Building in Rural Districts on the Go...Land Changing Hands...Mill Proposition and AH Looks Good. At this day and time the indi- cation are pointing more favor- able toward a greater Lipscomb the coming year. The beginning cfland to change and the old fried and found true farmer of from ten to fifteen miles of the good old town who erected perm- anent building? upon their places displays the good judgment, faith and confidence they put in this end 6f Lipscomb county where the soils are fertle; tbe crcps pro- lific; cattle horses, hogs and cat- i le thrive upon the native grasses :hat grow so abundantly along the famous Wolf Creek Valley, LOCAL OVERFLOW. Mr. and M.rs F. L. Parks wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

"- r - mm- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements fit will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy- Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. caid with the czars of fashion! Perish the brain which would abolish the shirtwaist! For the shirtwaist is useful—it is simple —it is genteel—it is easi-ly wash- ed—and it is cool. It must not fall at the hands of a ruthless horde of bramless czars of fash ion whose gods are gcfld and a mirror. The enemy must be rout ed—put to flight—exterminated And we herewith enlist under the banner of womanhood and offer ourself a willing sacrifice that the shirtwaist may be saved. And we call upon all men to coine for- w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

J fit ' m'wi -if gpi gSf?; iB - Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. W. P. Hill was in from Sand Oreefi Monday. ' Tom Scott was a Lipscomb visitor Tuesday. Geo. Tubb was in from south- west of town Tuesday. We can do a whole lot for this town in 1915—if we try. B F. Evans was in from south- east of town trading Tuesday. M. Xj. Bobo and "Bob" Miller •mtoed to Uiggins Tuesday morn- ing. Albert King passed through town Tuesday morning for Hig- gins. F. R. Grissom, Everett Shahan and W. B. Hopper attended the Hill sale Tuesday. Several of Lipscomb's people took in the sale at C. D. Hill's northwest of town Tuesday. A1 Gard, of Shadeland was in town Monday shaking hands with bis many friends here. T. O. Payne, of the Sand Creek vicinity passed through town Tuesday on his way to Higgins. Hiram Clark, of Shadeland, was in town Monday on business und visiting with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bobo. Tom Mounaey and L R Clark s >n were in Tue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

5 w. 1118131** ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Pjfe-ir wm W. P. Gope was in from north of town trading Saturday. Chance Shahan drove to Gla- zier Saturday after freight. R. J. Wilson was in from northeast .of town Saturday. C. J. Wegan and brother Will were in from Sand Caeek Satur- day-. , Altmiller was in from afternoon ££%& - ... Henry Fifth Creek Saturday tradiug. ■ ( Sam Hunter was in town Mon- from the ranch southeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Millhollon's little son, Archie Lee, is under - - • • ' ^ - . weather this week. I. Speyers was in from south- it of town Saturday shaking hands with his many friends. from was in . - 'Jr G. S, Trottman Sand Creek Saturday transacting business among the merchants in this man's town. Berlin Millhollon returned Saturday morning from a trip over in Oklahoma where he has been buying cattle. Henry Mehlhop was among the farmers in town from northeast of here mingling among the busi- ness people Friday. D. Thoburn was over from La- verne, Okla , s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

mmf sill SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THUKSDAY, JAN. 14, 1915 Store Phone 74 Residence Phone 230 Mind Your Business. I believe that the fnrmers in all parts of the 'country pay too much attention to other peoples' business .and not enough to their own. The farmer muse under ■ stand that his farm is a manu- facturing plant and that he is a business man the same as any other individual who is engaged in turning out a finished or partly finished product. Farming there- fore is a business. It needs at- tention and a lot of it if the plant is to be efficient and the product is to be marketed for what it i§- worth. But the farmer is not. miifding his own business. He lets another man make the prices —fix the rates he is to receive for the output of his plant. The fellows in the Cities, the ^tock- ^ards men, the ware house men, the cold-storage men, the com mission men, the butter, milk, cheese and egg m^n, these are the persons who fix the prices the farmer is to receive and the prices ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 January 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 January 1915

1 D D GTnl Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 21, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 10 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Ltoscomb People Start For Better Roads Wednesday the Day Set For "Free Will" Workers on the Road North of Bridge...Rverybody Takes a Shovel, Spade vand Pick. Coming alive. That's what Lipscomb is and on the "better roads" band wagon that the fes- tive enthusiast is riding. Its the real and genuine hot stuff fresh from the bat, too, that has pre dominated and made the first display of good will, anadulterat ed pure and exquisitely, fine illus- tration of what diligent and per distent effort can do when, put into praetice by a band of willing workers. Believe yours trul v, that yes- terday (Wednesday) a bunch of Lipscomb's busiues-j men and f jrmers n^aryby loaded up wag- ons with shovels, spades and other road-working regalin, cross- j ed the bridge over Wolt' Greek j st west of town an...

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